Police: Man Arrested After Taking Baby

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 9/09/2012 8:02 pm

A man is in jail in Laurel County after Police say he assaulted his girlfriend and took her son.

Deputies say they arrested Bobby Bruce Friday night after responding to a call about a domestic dispute at her home near London.

They say he was arguing with his girlfriend about whether or not he was the father of her baby, when he forced his way into her home, assaulted her, and then left with the three-month-old.

One deputy was able to call Bruce on his cell phone and got him to pull over near Williamsburg.

It was then he was arrested and taken into custody.

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